General details

  • ShanaPupik

  • Germantown

  • BHS & MA

  • Female

  • English

In short

  • I am married and have three grown children (two of which are engaged). I retired from teaching gifted and talented kids after thirty years, only to accept a two hour a day fifth grade teaching job, in Language Arts and Social Studies. I also give ghost tours for Historical Haunts in Memphis. I write for children and have been published by Caris Publishing Company. I also have a store for teaching materials on Teachers Pay Teachers.

  • I returned to WeBook after a long absence.

My Favorites: Reading and Writing

  • Fiction: Action/Adventure, Children's, Historical Fiction, Humor/Satire, Teen, Young Adult/Juvenile

    Non-Fiction: History

  • Ruta Sepetys' book "Between Shades of Gray" tells the story of a Lithuanian teen who suffers abuse at the hands of Joseph Stalin in the 1940s.
    Squee! #8 on NY Times Best Seller list.

    Check this out:
    This book is absolutely heart-wrenching and brilliant!

    I have also enjoyed: The Giver, A Wrinkle in Time, Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night, Harry Potter series, There's a Boy in the Girl's Bathroom, Star Girl, The Lightning Thief and its sequels, The Uglies series, The Red Tent, Walk Two Moons, Shadow Children Series, My Brother Sam is Dead, The Help, Schooled, Hunger Games series, Aliens Ate My Homework, Me Two, Seth Baumgartener's Love Manifesto, The Outsiders, Nineteen Minutes, Water for Elephants, My Name is Memory, The King of Ithaka, Fire Girl
  • various kid and adult literature
  • in bed
    on couch
    Reading is best when a furry friend rests on my chest or in my lap as I read.
  • I've written multiple novels that have yet to be published; however, I've sold many of my short stories as teacher products in my store.

    Various short stories are also available for publication.

    I also have a humor blog that has just started to take off and enjoy many visitors, followers, and high rankings from sites I've registered on.
  • Fiction: Action/Adventure, Children's, Humor/Satire, Short Story, Teen, Thriller/Suspense, Young Adult/Juvenile

  • Hermoine Granger because she is clever. I would love to use her magic too. I'd get those agents and editors on my team in no time!
  • Margaret Peterson Haddix, Gordan Korman, Louis Sachar, Shel Silverstein, Jerry Spinelli, Mary Ann Rodman, April Lurie, Ruta Sepetys, Jodi Pecault